Could Ike Davis Be the Mets’ 2010 First Baseman?

Posted: 16th October 2009 by Eric Stashin in MLB
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We all know the Mets have countless holes to fill. For a team with one of the highest payrolls in baseball, it seems unfathomable that they would need so much help. Exactly where are they spending their money? As you ponder that question, you also must consider how the Mets will fill their many voids. One such void is at first base, with the 37-year-old Carlos Delgado highly unlikely to return and Daniel Murphy proving last season that he just does not have the bat to be utilized as a full-time corner infielder. With a relatively weak free agent market, you have to wonder if the team will look within to fill the void. Lucky for them, their top-hitting prospect, Ike Davis, is a first baseman. Drafted in the first round of the 2008 Draft (18th overall), Davis has quickly proven that he was m ...

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